GRINDING YOUR COFFEE BEANS AT HOME?

GRINDING YOUR COFFEE BEANS AT HOME?

Did you know that grinding your coffee beans at home instead of buying pre ground coffee, makes a huge difference in the quality of your cup? 

Oxygen is the biggest enemy of coffee, once a coffee has been roasted, it gets oxidized when exposed to oxygen and loses all its flavours and aroma's. Same for a fresh apple that you would slice and leave in your kitchen for days before eating it...

From the moment coffee beans are ground, the oxidation process accelerates and you start losing freshness.
So if you can, always buy freshly roasted whole beans and grind them as close to the brewing as possible and just the amount needed.

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Owning a coffee grinder not only gives you that great coffee smell at home, but it also means you can have the freshest coffee ever AND you can grind it for any brew method! No need to invest in expensive machines, a manual one is perfect and keeps you in shape 😉

As a general rule to grind your coffee, we recommend the following.

Espresso: like soft sugar
Aeropress: like table salt
Filter V60/chemex: like rough sugar

The coffee/water ratio also depends from the brewing method, but as a starting point you can use a ratio of 1:15, for every 1 gram of coffee, use 15 grams of water, and experiment by tweaking these.

Explore what works best for you and your coffee, and learn from the experience. This is what makes coffee so interesting!

Enjoy!

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